When is The Bachelorette season 16 finale time? Let’s consider when the conclusion airs and how to watch.
The big reveal is incoming and tuning in is a must!
The Bachelorette has a long history on screens, debuting on ABC back in 2003 as a spin-off of The Bachelor.
It returned for season 16 in October 2020 and it’s been quite the rollercoaster ride, but it all comes down to tonight…
Who will Tayshia give that final rose to?
Will she choose Zac, Ivan or Brendan? Or, could somebody from the past swoop in at the last minute to really shake things up?
If fans of the show have learnt anything over the years, it’s that a surprise may always be right around the corner. Tayshia has arguably developed a strong bond with all three of the finalists, but to find out who the last man standing is, here’s how to tune in.
The Bachelorette season 16 finale time
- The Bachelorette season 16 will air on Tuesday, December 22nd at 8pm ET/PT.
This is highlighted by Tech Radar, which includes that the first part of the two-episode finale aired at the same time a day prior.
As always, the episode will air on ABC.
It’s easy to access in America. However, if you’re outside of the country then you will need a VPN to watch The Bachelorette season 16 finale.
Why did Tayshia eliminate Ben?
Ahead of the finale, it’s worth considering why Tayshia eliminated Ben from the finale line-up of suitors.
Speaking with the Click Bait with Bachelor Nation podcast, she revealed that she had gone back to previous episodes, offering her thoughts: “These Bachelor episodes, or should I say Bachelorette episodes, have me feeling some type of way. It’s very emotional watching these things back and reliving those feelings. I may have taken one too many shots or drank a little bit too much wine, I don’t really know. I was definitely in my feels.”
She then reflected on her decision to eliminate Ben, discussing the elimination process:
“I remember those feelings at the time, when I was just sitting on the bench and I was like, ‘Show me something. Do you care at all about me? Is this meaningful toward you? Is this just how you treat every girl?’ I just needed a little sense of validation and I feel like I didn’t have any of that. I felt like I was hoping that him seeing his family would be what he needed in order to vocalize that.”
She added: “I’m not saying ‘Oh my god, pour your heart out to me and tell me you love me in order to stay here.’ I’m just saying give me something. It was hard.”
The fans get ready
Audiences are preparing to see how Tayshia chooses and have already flocked to Twitter to weigh in their thoughts.
Check out a selection of tweets: